Consider adopting from
the Fly To Freedom Flyer Dog Rescue

Adopting a puppy or adult dog from the Fly To Freedom Dog Rescue is open to any individual or family in the United States who can provide a dog a good, safe, committed and loving home. All of the puppies that we have for adoption are posted and shared on our Facebook group.

Dog ownership is a lifetime commitment. Owners must be able to afford the adoption-for-donation fee as well as food, training, supplies and healthcare that your dog will require over the course of its lifetime.

Adoption Requirements:

  • Complete the adoption application
  • Participate in a phone interview with our Adoptions Director
  • Provide references of close friends and/or associates who can speak about the type of dog owner you are or will be
  • Provide the name of your current (or potential) veterinary doctor and veterinary clinic where the dog will be treated
  • Agree to surrender the dog to the Fly To Freedom Flyer Dog Rescue (for re-homing) should you run into an issue caring and committing to it
  • Agree to make arrangements to pick up the dog in the town where he/she was transported to

Our team will process your application as quickly as we can, but as an all-volunteer organization it can take up to two weeks before you are notified if your adoption has been approved. Please be patient as we complete the process.

“I can’t express how much joy and happiness rescuing a dog with the Fly To Freedom Dog Rescue can bring. Those warm, fuzzy ears, sweet little faces, goofy personalities and clumsy little bodies... there’s no better feeling. My husband and I have had the pleasure of rescuing three puppies from Anguilla on our last few visits to the island, and we’ve been rewarded with knowing that the puppies have been adopted into caring forever homes that they so desperately deserve. Not only is the transport process straightforward and easy, but you and your canine companion will be the center of attention as you traipse through the airports. They puppy will asleep on your lap will make even the longest flight zoom right by!”
Cristina Cantanese Keiner, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

As a 501 C 3 all-volunteer non-profit organization, we are reliant on a donations to help pay for the expenses accrued in preparing and getting your puppy ready and to you. The expenses include:

  • Dog’s airline ticket to the U.S. or Canada
  • Soft-sided cabin carrier
  • Travel supplies
  • Boarding
  • Vaccines
  • Heartworm test
  • Flea/tick/heartworm medicine (if needed)
  • Health certificate
  • Veterinary exit exam
  • Collar
  • Food
  • On-the-ground puppy transport costs in Anguilla
  • Ongoing shipping charges to send supplies to Anguilla